Highlights from the celebration of the NIU men's soccer team's 1-0 win over Western Michigan
2014: Earned Capital One Academic All-America Second Team honors and Academic All-District Honors. Awarded an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship. Named to the NCAA Division I Council and served as Vice-Chair of the Division I Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. Named a MAC Distinguished Scholar-Athlete and to the Academic All-MAC Team. Appeared in 17 matches, starting all 17. Scored one goal, against Bowling Green (Nov. 8), and recorded one assist, against Quinnipiac (Aug. 31). Tallied 10 shots, four on target. Played the full 90 minutes or more in 14 contests.
2013: Elected to the NCAA Division I Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC). Named to the 2013 CoSIDA District 5 Academic All-District Team, also named to the Academic All-MAC Team. Appeared in 17 games, making 16 starts. Recorded one goal, against Eastern Illinois (Oct. 22). Tallied six goals, including one on goal. Played 90 minutes or more in 16 matches, including a season-high 105 minutes against Saint Louis (Sept. 8).
2012: Made 11 appearances, including 10 starts. Played the full 90 minutes, or more, on nine occasions. Recorded 10 shots, including a season-high two three times. Helped the NIU backline record two shutouts.
2011: Saw action in four matches. Played a season-high 64 minutes in a 1-0 victory at Drake. Also saw time against Marquette, in the MAC Tournament Final against Western Michigan and in the NCAA Tournament First Round against Western Illinois.
High School: First-team all-state and all-Midwest honoree recognized twice as Wisconsin Flyway Conference Most Valuable Player... second-leading scorer in Wisconsin state history... recorded 154 career goals, including 19 match-winners... tallied 38 goals and five assists as a senior, helping his team to a 19-5-1 record, a regional title, and to the sectional championship game... scored 37 goals with nine assists as a junior, as the Chargers went 19-3-0, winning the WFC and regional championships... named second-team all-state, and was named area player of the year that season... was most productive as a sophomore, with 43 goals and 15 assists for 101 points... KML went 20-5-1 that year with a regional title... named ot the all-area first-team four times... a four-time All-Lutheran All-American.
Club: Played with FC Milwaukee.
Personal: Son of Cheryl and Bradley Page... born Oct. 26, 1992 in Salinas, Calif.... four-year honor roll and student council member was class vice president as a junior... volunteered with the Family Music Festival, a local animal shelter, and youth soccer camp... interested in hunting and fishing... admires Thierry Henry for his passion for playing the game... Majoring in Finance.